Vaccine Equity Initiative

Accurate Information, Equitable Vaccine Access

In 1932, the “Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male,” also known as the “Tuskegee Experiment” began. Forty years later, a panel found that the men recruited for the study had been misled. They were not been given all the fact... Read More

Democracy must be learned by each generation

And, a thriving democracy takes all of us.

From Kevin Washington, President and CEO – YMCA of the USA “The Y has a long, proud history of encouraging participation in our nation’s democracy. The storming of the U.S. Capitol yesterday – a mob action spurred by divisive rhetoric, dis... Read More

Inspiring Others

Overcoming Challenges

Chris Carron began inspiring others when he realized that he needed to be in good health for his work and every day life. His past knee injuries and a lifetime of insulin-dependent diabetes was taking a toll on his health. Carron is either sitting at... Read More

Learning to swim makes young boy more confident in the pool

Learning to swim builds confidence in the pool

Wyatt always loved swimming, until he had a scare in his neighborhood pool two summers ago. He was in an inflatable tube and slipped out of it while his mom was across the pool. With only a couple sessions of group lessons under his belt, he knew... Read More

Tour our Facility!

Look at our facility

Tour Our Facility From yoga to ... Read More